2008 11 30 Microsoft; Ford Fiesta Shopping Spree

The Competition

 

Microsoft; Ford Fiesta Shopping Spree

Ends 30 November 2008

The Rules of this Contest

Listed below are extracts from the rules of this competition. These extracts detail the rights being claimed from entrants.

"9 The Promoter does not claim ownership of any Entry, and Entrants retain all copyright and moral rights in their Entry.  However for the purposes of the Competition, fulfilment of the First Prize and promotional purposes connected solely and exclusively with the Competition, Entrants grant to the Promoter and the entities professionally involved in this Competition (including without limitation Ford Motor Company Limited and News International Newspapers Limited) a worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free right to make copies, reproduce, modify for presentational or formatting purpose, distribute, publish, promote or otherwise use the Entry in all media until 31 December 2009 (upon such date the licence granted by the Entrant pursuant to this Paragraph 9 shall expire).  The Promoter and Ford Motor Company Limited agree to credit the Entry as the Entrant’s work in all commercial usage of such Entry.  Entrants agree to their name being used in this manner.  Any commercial opportunities which arise in respect of the Entry excluding those connected with the Competition only will be notified to the Entrant who will be free to negotiate terms independently."

"13 The first prize will consist of a shopping trip with £2,000 sterling spending money to be spent on the shopping trip.  In addition the winner of the first prize may have their Entry published in Fabulous Magazine (the “First Prize”)."

This contest meets every requirement of the The Bill of Rights.

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